Where do you go online for extensive critical interpretations of novels you've read /lit/? I find myself wanting to read other, analytical, opinions on texts but don't really know where/how to start looking online?
>tfw you need to read someone else's interpretations of books
>tfw you're not smart enough to understand them on your own
>tfw you're a pretentious hipster with a shelf full of giant unread books
How exactly do I find the good stuff on JSTOR? I have unlimited access but i can't figure out how to filter/use the search function to find stuff actually in depth and worth reading.
get good scrub. took me 2 years of undergrad to figure that shit out to where i could find something relevant to what i was looking for. not just gonna hand my secrets out.
YOU HAVE TO EARN ITTTTTTTTTTT
Just use google scholar to find the books you're interested in and then proceed to search them on libgen.
If you want to use JSTOR here's some random login:
Just remember that most of JSTOR articles aren't very new. If you find something that isn't on JSTOR that interests you, you can check libgen, and if they don't have it just post on /r/scholar